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Principles of Training, Muscles, Bones, Energy Systems, Training + fitness

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What energy system lasts for 20 seconds to a minute? Symptoms are muscle pain, difficult breathing and nausea. Lactic Acid
What is the Principle of training that makes sure your body heals for the next training session? Recovery
Name the energy system that is used for low, continuous energy demands. Aerobic System
What is the main muscle in your back? Latissimus Dorsi
What does Posterior mean? Behind
Name the main muscle found in your chest. Pectoralis Major
What is the shoulder muscle? Deltoid
What Training Method is a combination of fast and slow running and is similar to Interval Training? Fartlek Training
How long does the ATP-PC energy system usually last for? 20 seconds
What does ATP-PC stand for? Adenosine Tri Phosphate Phosphocreatine
What are the three energy sources for your body? Fat, Protein and Carbohydrates
What is the name of the training method that involves a number of exercise set out? Circuit Training
What does medial mean? Middle
What does Superior meat? Towards the head
What does flexion mean? Bending of the joint in an anterior direction
Name the fitness component that exerts a force against a resistance Strength
Name the fitness component that is the ability to stop and change directions quickly Agility
Name the fitness component that is the ability to maintain a stable body position Balance
Name the fitness component that is the ability of muscles, ligaments and tendons to allow large joint movement Flexibility
What is the ability to perform complex movements Co-ordination
What is the ability to move quickly Speed
Name the fitness component that is the ability to exert a large force over a short time Power
Name the fitness component that is the ability of a muscle group to exert a force repeatedly Muscular Endurance
What is the proportion or percentage of weight that comprises the musculoskeletal system? Body Composition
What is the ability to perform continuous sub maximal exercise? Aerobic Capacity
Name the bone that has the exact same name for your fingers and toes. Phalanges
What is the bone of your knee? Patella
What is the name of the bone that is in your upper arm? Humerus
What is the bone of your lower arm that appears when your palm is facing down? Radius
What is the smaller bone of your lower arm? Ulna
What is the name of your wrist? Meta-Carpals
Name of the bones in your palm? Carpals
What is the name of the bones in your foot? Tarsals
What is the upper leg bone called? Femur
What is the lowest part of the spine called? Lumbar Spine
What is the neck part of your spine called? Cervical Spine
What bone encloses the organs in your chest? Rib cage
What is the larger bone in your lower leg? Tibia
What is the smaller and posterior bone in your lower leg? Fibula
What is your jaw bone called? Mandible
What is the center part of your spine called? Sterum
What is the name of your hip bone Pelvis
What is the name of the bone in the groin area? Coccyx
What is the name of the bone that goes along your neck to your arms? Clavide
What is the most superior bone in your body? Cranium
What is the muscle for your eyebrows? Frontalis
What is your Inner leg muscle called? Sartorius
What is the muscle on your ass called? Gluteus Maximus
What is the muscle on the anterior side of your arm called? Biceps brachii
What is the muscle on the posterior side of your arm called? Triceps brachii
What is the muscle that attaches your torso to your neck? (Main neck muscle) Trapezius
What are the muscles that make up your stomach? Abdominal
What is the name of the main leg muscle on your anterior side, upper leg? Rectus femoris
What is the name of the muscle in the upper leg on the posterior side? Biceps femoris
what is the muscle in your lower leg? Gastrocnemius
What is the tendon in your ankle called? Achilles
What is the definition of lateral? Sides
Created by: Vinxa